A relative newcomer in game development Battlecry Studios is bringing a new and unique multiplayer video game which called "Battlecry." The game is being published by Bethesda and was among the games announced during the recently concluded E3 2015.
According to a report in IGN, the new game is part of Bethesda's line up of new games under development this year. Unlike the other games, however, it does not seem to have the same impact just because of its generic title.
The game's developer described the game a little bit more, beyond its gameplay trailer and demo, and show how different it is from the other fighting or combat games. more >>
It seems that "Star Wars Battlefront" is not the only new video game that is coming out of the "Star Wars" franchise. Electronic Arts which is developing "Battlefront," may be developing another "Star Wars" game at EA's Visceral Studios.
This was revealed by Amy Hennig, a known writer from the development team of "Uncharted 4." Hennig had left developer Naughty Dog and joined EA last year – she also shared that she was working on the "next big 'Star Wars' game" at EA.
This news was reportedly confirmed by Hennig's co-worker on "Uncharted 4," voice actor Nolan North, who is also a friend of Hennig. North was apparently speaking at the Tampa Metrocon 2015 about "Uncharted 4" and he spoke about Hennig and her current project during his talk. more >>
After disappointing sales of its recent flagship device, the HTC One M9, HTC may be trying to win back consumers to its fold by releasing another new smartphone before the end of the year. HTC's CEO recently revealed to the company's investors that a new "hero" smartphone will be released in fall of this year.
The report cited a reliable source that the new handset has a codename – "Aero" – and it will be released in the market in Q4 of 2015.
HTC, according to the report, is one of the companies that valued design and the use of premium. When they released their "One" series in 2013, they distinguished their new smartphone from the rest of those in the market by manufacturing a phone with a unibody metal design similar to the iPhone, while the rest of its competitors used plastic for their devices. The next flagship phones that they released, however, were another matter, as it did not introduce anything new in the phone's design, while other smartphone manufacturers were introducing new phones with better designs. more >>
The free DLC campaign for CD Projekt's recently-released action-adventure game "The Witcher 3" continues this week with a new sidequest titled "Where the Cat and the Wolf Play…"
CD Projekt is changing up a little bit for the 7th Week of the DLC program as they will only be releasing one free piece of content (rather than the usual two per week) later this week.
The add-on, which will be the 15th of the 16 planned DLCs, is expected to be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. more >>
The iPhone is Apple's most popular device, and for almost a decade, the device has led the global market in revenue,
Following Apple's usual schedule in iPhone development, the new generation smartphones for this year should more or less look like their 2014 counterparts. However, there will definitely be some additions, changes and improvements. And so in a report, it seems Apple is eager to get things going in terms production.
Based on a recent report by GSM Arena, the Cupertino manufacturer began production for the new iPhone earlier than expected. The tip came from a Bloomberg report, stating that Apple has began producing the parts and pieces for the iPhone 6s, and probably the iPhone 6s Plus, both of which will make their debut in September. more >>
Samsung may be continuing to saturate the Indian market with its Android smartphones, hoping that consumers from various market groups would choose its products rather than the hundreds of other models available in the country.
According to a report by Phone Arena, an unknown smartphone has just cropped up the IMEI database. Bearing the model number SM-J200F, the Android-powered smartphone has reportedly appeared in Indian website Zauba, which tracks imports and exports of the Asian subcontinent.
In the report, the only detail that is clear about the device is its 4.6-inch display, which places it in the entry-level category. Considering its size and the fact that it could be a budge smartphone, the report speculated that the Samsung phone could be the next-generation Galaxy J2. more >>